From NDA to LOI: What really happens when your startup is being acquired?
While IPOs may get more headlines, a well-timed, well-planned acquisition can mean even larger opportunities for you, your team and the technologies you’ve built.
Actual, which renders company ESG data in a SimCity-like platform, raises $5M seed
Trying to deal with the huge amount of data associated with how companies are going to transition to a “net zero” economy is an uphill task. The interface of numbers would tax even the gee
It’s time to better identify the cost of cybersecurity risks in M&A deals
Over the past decade, a number of high-profile cybersecurity issues have arisen during mega-M&A deals, heightening concerns among corporate executives.
Legaltech startup Orbital Witness scores £3.3M to create a ‘universal risk rating’ for real estate
Orbital Witness, a U.K.-based legaltech startup developing “AI-powered” software to transform the £4 billion U.K. property due diligence market, has raised £3.3 million in seed funding.
Analyzing the spectrum of corporate innovation from R&D to VC
Over the coming decade, ongoing corporate exploration of the incubator, accelerator and venture capital models will expand the use of these additional forms of external innovation.
Cingular and Double Standards
Consumerist is running a story about an Alabama woman who is getting shafted by Cingular. The story goes that the woman owned three phones on AT&T, which was, of course, bought out by Cingular. He